What animals eat tomato plants?
Invertebrates and vertebrates are the animals that eat tomato plants. Examples of invertebrates include aphids, blister beetles, cutworms, earwigs, flea beetles, horn-worms, Japanese beetles, leaf-footed bugs, leaf-hoppers, nematodes, potato beetles, slugs, snails, stink bugs, tomato fruit-worms, two-spotted spider mites, white-flies, and wire-worms. Vertebrates range from chipmunks to deer, mice, rabbits, raccoons, rats, squirrels, voles, and woodchucks.
Without it, you would die. cuz plants use photosynthesis to survive and make food for themselves. then animals eat the plants. and then we eat the plants and the animals that eat the plants. so if plants died, so would the animals that eat plants. and then when we dont have anymore plants and animals to eat... we go dead. :(